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Reese Ankle Straight Leg, Exclusive (Objective Wash)

3 reviews

$89.00

Sale price Regular price $49.00
  • Cut from our super stretch soft cotton denim this relaxed fit straight leg is a closet essential. 
  • Vintage Black Wash 
  • Mid Rise 
  • Relaxed Fit 
  • Stretch Denim 
  • Care: MACHINE WASH COLD / INSIDE OUT TO RETAIN COLOR / ONLY NON-CHLORINE BLEACH / WHEN NEEDED / TUMBLE DRY LOW / OR FOR BETTER CARE / LAY FLAT TO DRY / COOL IRON IF NECESSARY / COLOR MAY TRANSFER WHEN NEW
  • Fabric: 79% Cotton, 17% Polyester, 2% Rayon, 2% Spandex
  • Size & Fit: Inseam: 27", Leg Opening: 13 1/2", Rise: 9 1/4", Silhouette: Straight Leg
  • SKU: KP0442MD9-OJTVC
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4.0 Based on 3 Reviews
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JJ
12/10/2020
Jennifer J.
United States United States
Great jeans

These jeans look amazing and feel so comfortable.

12/11/2020
Kut from the Kloth

Hi Jennifer, we are so thrilled to hear this! Thanks for your review and a bigger thanks for shopping with KUT :)

JB
12/02/2020
Julianne B.
United States United States
Much tighter than my Catherine boyfriend closet of jeans.

Haven’t had any as they’re too tight for me to wear. Should’ve ordered a size up!

12/04/2020
Kut from the Kloth

Hi Julianne, thank you for your feedback. We love hearing from our customers and appreciate you being a loyal KUT shopper! One of our top priorities is keeping our fits consistent but due to the variety of different fabrics we use this can affect the way a style fits. Please contact us at https://kutfromthekloth.com/pages/get-help and a stylist can assist you with any product or fit questions you may have :)

KM
05/07/2020
Kim M.
United States United States
Nice jeans

Not that crazy about the unhemmed bottom though, didn't realize they'd come that way.